Back in March, PlayStation Worldwide Studios Hermen Hulst announced that Guerrilla Games title Horizon Zero Dawn will be making its way to PC. No date was given back then, but now we have a definite release date .The game’s complete edition will be available for PC players on 7 August.
The announcement came by way of a trailer, which also reveals additional graphics options. As you’d expect from a PC port, the game will have more resolution options. It will also come with widescreen support, and the ability to unlock the framerate of the game.
Interestingly, Horizon Zero Dawn is not only making its way to Steam, but also the Epic Games Store. It’s priced at RM80 on the former, and US$2149 (~RM92) on the latter. These are good prices, especially considering they are the complete editions of the game. This means you not only get the base game, but also The Frozen Wilds expansion.
For those who have not experienced Horizon Zero Dawn on the PS4, this will be as good a time as any to do so. After all, the sequel to this great game, Horizon Forbidden West, will be making its way to the PS5 next year.